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. . THE HORSING -- . EXAMISEU: OGDESCTAII, WEDNESDAY . .v.ai - MOKSISO, - OCTOBER 24, didn't appear to him as a Joke, and there are many others who have depended for tneir information on the Tribune head lines and introductions to the testimony, who are likewise Ignorant at the Joke in the discovery. A dosen men were encountered on Main street today w ho spoke with the From Correspondents and State Exchanges conviction of enthusiasts, in exposing the dark plot, backing up their belief s with the sssertkine uf the bunco hou..- - were Heber t Gailej ami Mo- piobahle that their arrest will be uf tbe city. prose CCUNIY RUiNS IN DAVIS within a trw hours. The audience wag smaller this meanroni Mantton. ing than when the McWbirters were LITTLE GIRL BADLY BURNED. on the stand. Attorney Vartan spoke Storm Doea Tramondoua Damage in REACH BEATTY. are the order of without passion. and in apparently a Alt the Towns and Country Dorothy perfunctory manner, attempting Sail Lake, Oct. no the day Districts. Salt Lak Boomaia Enjoy the Trip and O'Connor, who reuies on Tenth East flights of oratory, and only an occasTake in Everything in Sight. between Fourth' and Fifth South, was ional denunciation uf the people who KayivIUo, Oct 21. Kayetille prehave insisted on listening to the Oct. if Rockets rose severely burned while playing ground Sev.. Beatty. South near sents a acene at deaiructlou on every in the air and tale. banged a u garbage fire on Fourth Her East Tenth evening. Monday hand, that is spalling. bearty desert welcome as the special skins little the and girl fire caught STRIKE AT WEST END. train rolled into Beatty at b:3S o'clock Residences ana unrooted and blow commenced dancing around as the house in this evening, bearing 300 excursionists dovo, and every buxine flames increased. who had come from Salt Lake and Lo Tonopah Mine Yields THE JEWELER Main eireet Ja damaged Mime A lad named Arthur Berrum ran to Rich Reward te Owners. Angeles to help celebrate the opening in man aid a and a delivery young them terimialy. The number ot barua of the Las Vegas A Touupab road to her wagon seiaed a blsuket and also went A big strike of rich ruby silver and that have been destrojed cauuoi he this point. Passengers alighting from to was nut but uutll rich her it assistance, was made in the West is where you buy the ibid, and the buard and picket fences the care saw in the foreground the Miss llyde, who lives near where the End sulphides mine la the Tonopah district, last and shacks showing dimly in flat. best for the money am turned tha met Gigantic starlight under the clear sky. A short little girl the accident, everywhere lying Thursday afternoun, according to curflames rent reports. tree, with their mota cairylng tom. distance awwy a hmg row of red Are hose on the victimThethat the was then girl The operators have been prospectof dirt, lie acroea paths and road-wa)- illumined the main street of the min- weie quenched. taken to her home and a physician ing for come time in the portion of while the tangle of broken tel. ing town, while rockets and romau called who dressed her 371 TWENTY-FOl'RT- H which injuries, the mine in which the strike was shot up from different quars obatrucu candles extended from the right knee up her made, and their fondest expects lions ephoae wirre end ters. Inwere realised when the strike wan the roadways At the train was a big delegation of side. Although very painful the uncovered- - The strike wee made on Bo far aa reports have hem receiv- rhe citlsena of the Bullfrog district, juries are not considered serious. out level. In the south drift, ed, no fatalities have occurred, who constituted the official reception iMh A Gerte Planes DAMAGE AT WILLARD. within a abort distance of the shaft. though them were a number of nar- committee, but the entire population row eecspee, and aouic were Injured. of Beatty, Gold Center, Rhyolite and According to General Manager Corkill Newman Brea. Organa. g Willard, Oct. 2!. The most des- the prospects were never brighter for Blahop J. M. Berriat of Farming-ten- , all the rest of the camps In the district bade a hearty welcome. tructive windstorm is the history of quite a rue of high grade ore, as the la reported ts have been painfully, strike it Is expected will uncover a and perhaps seriously Injured by a Clear from Green w ater, on the edge this place le now raging. It has hundreds of trees which have very extensive and rich mineral deflrln board, which struck hint aerwa of Death valley, came men te greet blockaded the streets and overturned posit. is thought the vlstiora. G. WARDLE10H the none. His condition Mr. Stevens blackIn 'bueee, carriages and automobiles many haystacks. to he dangerous. He I still uncon-cinasmith shop Is a total wreck. Mauy f WILL OF JUDGE MARSHALL. and on fool the exrursiouieta trooped The wife and a child of Janie, F. up to the main street and to the Mont- outbuildings are destroyed. The winthe meeting house and school Salt Lake, Oct. 23. The will of King. were Injured Bararday night, gomery hotel, which wae reception dows inare badly damaged. Both the Judge Thomas Marshall, who died iu wbua their house on John R. Barnes headquarters. In front of the hotel a house f PIANOS . farm, a mile north of town, was band, with the instruments glistening Independent and the Bell telephone riila city on October 13, l'i6, was blown down, hailing adobes caught luridly In the red light, played Hues are out of service. It would be filed for probate in the district court that "There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Impossible to estimate the damage at today, together wiih the petition of thaw, and it was miraculous ORGANS AND MUSICAL Town Tonight." A throng of khaki this writing. either escaped. Judge J. A. Marshall, asking that let. The cannery has closed down for ters testamentary be issued to him aa The storm commenced early Satur- clothed minere yfppeti end jelled, and a ft has season's been run. the good were glad they provided in the will. Tha petition day evening and had Rained terrific the excursionists MERCHANDISE year fur the tomato growers. hy came. gives tbe value of the estate at vwkmity aa early aa 9 o'clock, whlrit time trees were fulling and The personal property consists FILED. DEED TRUST OF roefe of building were being carried of Daly Judge stock of the value of PENROSE HAS GONE. away. It was a night of sleepless ter111,000; Uncle Bam Consolidated minTioTlni, Guitars, Acnordeona. Ban- Coalville, Oct 22 One of the largror for everyone. After midnight it Editor ef Deseret News Leaves Utah ing stock, Al.Tkti; W. A. Nelden Drug Joi, Suing.' ever in tbe received est instruments was apparent that the damage would company stock, 61,250; cash on defor Indcflnita Period. was recorder of office the county here, tio greater than had ever hern done posit, 17,554.38; law library and office Latent Publications ef Sheet Maxis Recorder Tbe Eldredge. by an east wind before. Balt Lake, Oct. 23. Apostle Charles tiled today by furniture, 600, and notes uf the value or of deed trust The steadily Increasing velocity aad Y. Feu rose, editor of the Deseret lusirmnent is tbe of 8uu. See thl Wonderful Pipe Organ. 8a Lake of It the torrifle force of the wind wea carry- News, has gone east on a uilsskm that mortgage indenture The heirs to tbe estate are Judge J. corA. Marshall of this city; Mrs. Nannie ing everything before It, and even the will keep him out of the state for aome Public Service company, a Utah strongest houses were beginning to time. Friends stated yesterday that poration, of 8alt Lake City, Utah, to' M. Gray of this city, the only child of .1371 Washington Avanua. shake. ' Mr. Penrose would return after p the Capitol 8avlngs A Trust Co., of the deceased: Devtd R. Gray, her husWith only occasional brief lulls Ihe time and resume his place aa editor of Columbus, Ohio, securing first mortOGDEN, UAJH. band; Miss Fannie M. Marshall of gold Washington, Mason county, Kenlucky. wind gained In power until noon on the church paper. They did not know gage five per cent forty-yea- r that the entire ev The will Sunday. The moat aeriaua damage wheie he had gone and no ona was bonds, the total Lsue of which is the bond denomination repre- late shall provides was done between daylight and noon able to suggest when he will return. go to John A. Marshall aa inon that day. After 2 o'clock Sunday They simply expressed the belief that senting $50u or 1.0nt) each. The trustee for the benefit of Mrs. Nannie there wae a period of ratm, and the he had been sent to visit some mis- strument le dated Sept. 1, 1906, and M. Gray, who Is to receive a reasonpeople, who had hoen imprisoned for sion of the church, in line with the consists of fifty seven typewritten able Income each month from the proeighteen hours, unable to get outside poilry announced at (he recent con- pages. This company baa absorbed ceeds of the estate for her support. In of their heuaca for fear uf falling trees ference, when It was given out that the franchise recently granted by the the event of her denth without child and flying boards, were venturing out tha apoatlea would visit tha various County Commiaalonera to the 'Inters dren, of the estate is to go s to her husband and tha remaining to view the wreck. missions thioughuut this country and mountain Power company. And wreck It surely wss on every elsewhere where Mormon missionaries to the sister of Judge Marshall, hand. ' Main street has a line of busi- are proselyting. H. G. Whitney, manwho resides In Kentucky. The will SHEEIYJASE ness houses on the west side, not one ager of the News, said last evening provides that the executor ahall not Is vtiere you buy the of which wee undamaged. be required to furnish bonds. that he believed Mr. Penrose would re' The Kayeville Oop roof was strip- turn to the paper. But ha did not know Attorney Variam Endeavors tq Save Best the Market Affords of Felice. TATTERSOLL DIES. the Chief ped oS, and their warehouse roof cob when, neither did he know Mr. Penlapaed, rose's destination. H. J. Sheffield's store, the largest Balt Lake, Oct. 23. J. A. Tatleraoll Mr. Penrose left hurriedly. Few of Salt Lake, Oct. 23. The main inter. in town, had the plate-glas- s blown his friends knew be wae going until est in the Sheets cabe today la a died at tbe L. D. B. hospital shortly In and the metal roof demolUbed. In after hie departure. They are still in query aa to whether the committing after 1 o'clock this morning, as the rethe upper rooms of this structure are Ignorance of hie destination. Although magistrate will conclude to bind the sult of injuries received nt the Lehl the Beil telephone offices The win- the majority of them believe he will rhtef of pollen .over to await action sugar factory last Saturday morning. dows of these c ill res were blown in remain in the Called States, there are by the district cquri. Tbe evidence Young Tatleraoll was employed at the at 12:30 Saturday night, ihe operators, some who believe that he has been se- in the case is apparently all In, and factory, and bis duties were In and Mias Ida Smith and Mlsa Cora Phillips, lected to succeed Apostle Hebcr J. most of the arguments by tbe attor- about tbs engine room. He bad been were driven from their switch-boardwarned by tbe foreman not to touch Grant In charge at the European mia-td- ney for the defense. , and in darkness, they huddled, Mr. Penrose had charge of this Aa was apparent to ihoae who n certain belt until the engine had. in a corner of the office, with mission a number of years agu, and la watched the tactics in behalf of Chief tupped, but for some reason failed to glasa flying. and debris felling about an KngNshman by birth. Sheets, their case was built on a be- heed the injunction. The foreman them, until daylight. To have venlief in the public alory given out by was in the act of tsopplng' the matured out would- have meant almost SNATCHED A PURSE. him. Aa point, after point In the eviALWAYS NICE chinery alien, without waiting for It certain Injury for them. Their exdence shattered tbe impresalona given to come to a stop, the boy made an AND FRESH Salt Lake. Oct. 23. Aa Mrs. C. Silperience wee perhaps, the most thriout by thle statement, assaults were attempt to adjust the boh. In so dolling that has been reported. They vers, who lives at 653 South Fifth tusde on them by Attorney Vartan, ing he became entangled and bin arm were rescued at ;3u hy Jamea Gardi- Rest street, wae walking along West and always he retired disconcerted was so badly crushed that amputation ner, local telephone manager. Neith- Third South street at 3 o'clock Monday and set back by the cross lire of became necessary, and in addition one 2344 Washington Ave. er of tha young women was Injured, afternoon, loading a little child with ready retort and direct statement, leg was broken. Ho wss brought to (hough they warn thorughiy chilled one hand and carrying a number of made by the McWhlrter brothers and Salt Lake'Tn the hope that his life and frightened. bundles with the other, a stranger ran barked up hy all other witnesses. might be saved, but the ehock to the The relief eociety hall, next door up to her and, laying hold of a chate-lain- a The argument in favor of dismissing system was so great that death enNSW FRENCH CABINET. north of Sheffield's, had a portion bag which she carried suspended tbe case, made by Attorney Varlan sued. of the brick front blown uff. So had from her wrist, tore it free from her this morning, consumed the rntire The deceased was born at American M. Mlllonind Declined to Enter Except Boancmnrt A Chlpman'a meat mar- arm and darted into a neighboring al- time, and it appeared to be almost Fork a little over eighteen year ago, u aa Fereign Mlnieter. plale-glaawinwhich also had ket, ley. The ledy dropped her bundles and finished when a recess was taken at and is the son of Elisha and Mary dows blown In. called lustily for help. Frankliu noon. It w a built solely u those Tattersoll. The body was shipped to BIL new Ort. SI. Krenrh The The Mercantile comimny's Starke, a street car man, responded, same points that were used in the the parents home this afternoon by Paris, cabinet has been completed as fol-- store had the front windows demob and aa he pursued the purse snatcher public defense of tbe chief and Undertaker Joseph William Taylor, lows; lehed and their goods were strewn he aaw him throw tha stolen property brought on i and the funeral will be held Wednesnj new features. Bimn's candy flora over the fence of Alien D. Campbell's These points of the evidence telling day afternoon. was similarly damaged. residence grounds at 34 West Third moat severely against the chief were Jed Sessions' barber shop was pick- South street. The properly wss Im- passed nor. while there was a conTHE PROBABLE ROUTE. ed up entire and rolled thirty feet mediately recovered and resin Ad to stant grappling with whntever evibarthe lady, and the thief was held by dence remained that could- tin conaway, while James R. Pniudfoot's Oct. 23. Manager Campber shop lie out In the street, the Stark until Officer Dennis Sullivan ar- strued into disproving the union of bellBaltuf Lake, Utah the Light and Railway front and balcony n wreck. rived and placed him under arrest. the gang with Chief Sheets. The W. Undet wood's saloon was He gave the name of P. 8. Crotly, and niuln facts of the robbery were not company is walling for reports from Co. the company's engineers before defi' Minister at War-Gen- eral was booked mi a charge of robbery. PtcquarL I rendered nnsafe. attacked, anil in the argument of Atdeciding on the interurban lines Minister at Marine M. Thomson. John Barton had the metal root The case will be called in Judge torney Vsrlan the facta stood nut in nitely of extension to the south and west Miniate; of Public Works 3!. Bar torn from hie undertaking establish--1 Diehl's court today. bold relief that in tbe city of Salt At present the idea for the Garfleld thou. one of the must ocutemptililc Reach mnt, and his furniture building was extension la either via West The Minister of Commerce M. Dcitmor badly damaged, end la unsafe. BIG MINING TRANSACTION. rases of highway robbery occurred street line or the Poplar front of Owraa blacksmith shop went goes. . that has been put on record in recent Temple Grove line lo Twelfth South street, Goldflf-M- . Minister of Agriculture M. Ilourau. out, and the Kayaville hotel hern, a 22. J. 11. Car- - years, and that tbe gang that puked New. Ort. ' and thence directly west to the Point MinltVr of ehor M. Ylvlanl. very large structure, lies flat on the stairs, a Philadelphia distiller, paid uff the li'U-- went about the streets of the Mountain. There will be also 'Thy portfolio of u.itiistcr of the cob I ground with several vehicles under it. 4iiii.ihhi to V. L. Movers Saturday for their wealth, obtained an extension of the Murray line to rt'w ws offered to M. The Kaysvllle city hall tower and lufl.MKi shares of Mohawk mining mostly- by searching two Scotchmen, as to Sandy and H alii day, as 5,'. Mi11aki-,- a Croix' accept- the tower of tbe Aradeiny building stork. Meyers is one of the original while tbe badge uf officers Bingham Junction by July 4. 190" ance uf tbe colonial portfolio is cer- went down, destroying the portions of locators uf the ground. This is ihe of the displaying several after the The Halllday people hare long been law. fur days tain. the bnlldlngs beneath them. largest single transaction In the rain- louring of their Tlctims. anxious for an extension and several These details with minor dnmages ing shares since the days uf the font-stocK. Milleraud declined to enter the Tbe claim, so often reiterated, and times have waited on Mr. Campbell thin have not been mentioned, give exon cabinet except as foreign minister, tl.e local In stork made his Today by Chief Sheets, original wlill offers of such financial assistM. Churou, deputy from Caen, will an idea f the sitUHtlon In the busi- change the stork sold at (!.12 1 2. repstatement, to tbe effect that the ance as their means would allow. ness district of tbe town, but ihe resenting a prollt to Csrsialrs of $212,-Ji'i- i. become civil assistant lu General a did not desire prosecution, It is freely preulrted that tha was that mostly dwelt upon by property less was larger outside. PLEURO PNEUMONIA CASES. Farm and residence property suffered stock will go lo Bln per share before Yailan. He assembled every THE MCLELLAN MONUMENT. most damage, and hsi night, there the end of the month, and bets offered part trie of evidence showing that the Salt Lake. Oct. 23. Dr. Frederick, were m ire than a doxen famine. in the pinpoi'itinii find no lakers. At McWhlrti-tried and wanted to get Washington, Oct. S3. Tbe ilcflol-la- Kaysvllle alone, whose houses ha.l j the close uf Hie call this afternoon $4 i heir money and argued from It inhpectlng officer of the state hoard of statue rummltte, health, alls returned his report to tbe at been destroyed entirely nr a lack of desire to have Hy gang arw,is denim, !el for tee -- hares. Tb board covering the suppowed cases of 1!iSecretary Taft, 31 r. Wetnuuc and Gen- unsafe for habitation. There found trailing today was ihe nr to prosecute them. rested, among Richfield cateral Horatio C. King, have fixed the sheltor with more fortunate neighbors. lur.'l exeliiiiri- - ha: witnessed tinDespin-- the fact that the McWhlr-terfound In the cases of the From the top of the Kaysvllio .Mil- many months. Mme for tbe nil veiling of the statue Daisy and Combinahave denied under oath that ihey tle. He in Washington, May next. The exact ling company' building, a view of 'he tion Fraction ihe star attiacth-nr- , ever consented not to prosecute, or dead cow examined a fluffy lung date hu not yet been and leglt-ltvi'a km 111 or reveral rent, refused to swear to a complaint, or more or less inflitrated with blood and widespread scer.c of dertviiction But a thora Idc share of expressed today. luiguna came In r.itlsfactlon with merely evidencing inflammation. ROOSEVELT TO VISITSAN JUAN Coe hy wh.j(- the former si'e of rhe trsdiiiv oil the streng'h a ivp-isom, uf llielr nmnev hack, ough examination made it apparent to gelling him that the cattle died lather from works. The :i)ix1"n thil the niiiiiieinl Ihe Mount plct-1:In'! entered a this was the one chosen Washington. Oct. 22. According lo fivo tuilldlr.g is cnilre'y destroyed, body of on of MiiiKitiniial i.ilies fo.i to build ibr stone of defense the effects of earing frozen alfalfa, fr-the the precnl rrein the miiIjci-to ipro-i-- il program. President and min-- of h la lying !n the tor the eh!-I; is the one also nmst which fermented and produced Roo.-eve- lt fn ihr west. Dslf ii mile iiw.'V. ,i out i iinu; will flop at Sxn Juan. P. R . of ihe Mohawk shoot, ofiei, iie,i in he public defense from fatal Inflammation. the cn his way back from lanama. and demolished rosHleiu-t is (if-- l The bi.lli. h. sources, and one in of Warren D. Baine U -- om. In kiv ' SCHOOLS STILL CLOSED. doiibl i heprosecution will use house tv direction oiher u O Kciipied di hv itig other conclusions mostly, o O Carl IUrrer is seen wiih the roof Suit Lake, Ocl. 23. The healing from :lu h in etid'-ncon Mr. O CARTER HARRISON INJURED o gon-i- . Hast of these, similar (Issri'iir-tinYaiun h'tili his aiguments. plant In four of the city school buildhomes came of o to Thom.n o be it was ten- clear that Attorney ing which rould not be operated bo o Back Strained and Ha Is Fes- - ' o Green and Thor.ms Perkins. .1 Hines Vie Is u is uoi hired to defend the gang cause of lack of electrical power n mile to the F. o a Hmil. o I King's hn'ise, near the Shorr Line ibly Internally Injured. rlHini j tiiat i accused of operating in con-t-- i whii-l- i was cut off by the recent storm, ii almost When o gone. o have lust in the neUh'ii'ihood of : juneticu with the chief. He referred entirely re still shut down and hence no o Montreal. Oct 23. death, M"". He ws on his o fell, the family barely .iy fr.ini the in Jim Donaldson in terms until for wchoul was held In those buildings towen- - ilc- - Kailroud Exchange saloon I" his lndg- o Carter Harrison of Chicago o and all household effecteri,prd n associate of Com- - day. Tbe four buildings closed down puh'.lcHtion. o was taken this morning from o stroyed. wli,-ihe .ittaek upon him niercisl street women, who tonk rev-ar- yesterday and today are the Lincoln. o Rldmit. Ontario, via Toronto, o To .he e . lr, the upnci s.rtirai m , ,! h"is,It mad. It rnnic so suddenly thai ; emit- from their shame, is to the Ixiwell. 'Hamilton au Hryant. hoii.-- t' a us un-o to Chicago, suffering from a o KayiviMi?. Nlcl VHih i nnub to gang in cnyt'iing but romplimeutary probable that the two first named will o badly strain! back and pos- o roofed and the gable blown m. u thci-i- were iwo or tlirecta:emenwhether In the After painting them as a gang In in condition to resume echini work o sibly interna! injuries. With a o section of tha roof of Fred I.. Men., nar" that stood him up sn.l took this afternoon, but the others will not his of rogues he attempted to make a diso party of friends be waa moods o nett's house is gone. Mr. Mail ll.n- m..,,,., , Wils lij x gun fn tinct line of damarkailnn between be. The Oqulrrh school, which waa o battling bark of Chapleau when o ton's .new brick addition collapsed, i ihe hand ol om- ..f;,verod robber whiic j their act stid those of Chief Rhswt. dosed yesterday. open today as the o he was injured during a port- o destroy Jig all tie funnnt.e It nm- - .mother searched histhepockets, be chief entirely heating plant la in commission. taking' uni p. nisrnii.-iero age. o talned. Mr. Miry b'lt'C j every 'liitic or .able lie had. Bcrgcani from association with them. one wall els. .diux. Tuc lan.- .' o o bag th Offlc-- i Clib-looked better todsv Siieo BANKERS HOME AGAIN. o Chicago. Oct. 23. The mem- o lly escaped with no hinp Inn ihe mne)Priceandwi reMounted ena-tsein un inves.l- - O.irrilmua i ralitree sat beside hitii. o ber! of tha famfv of Carter II. o clothing they wore, ..Ke e.udiln'!t Ration of ihe case at ihe lime nr go- - i and Salt I .bUp, Oct. 23. President L. 8 Hempd and Raleigh Joined him ut r nar. Mid o rlsn-lanthat they o prevala whore okce ihe i:iu; to press. Wal!i sa he will he tnce when ihe trial was over. H Hilt of (he Deseret National bank. Ttarber In o had received notoday stood. of his K.n t o villi 1 report fy 'hie ;.I drill if the robbers lor the to lave lieen taking consolaW. W. Rher of the Deseret Savings alwho lost, root and puns of lice, if they can If located, and it i o being injured, seriously, o tion from 'be discovery by the Tvili-un- e and Frank Knox of the National o though they bad received word o that l Jo McWhlrtere were ScotHank of the Republic returned this o that he won suffering with o Always Rsmembar tka land Yard detectives, hired by the morning from attendance on the ano lumbago. o 1 axative Rromo ' and spending money that nual convention of the Amert an o O M every ( hieiarch." biu't out one cent on the Bankers' aasociatlon at St. Louis. o . te&ISs rikiiK'crio-iCtrMsCoidbOMDiy.Cripln 2 Days Tile thiiti nl.'.eiriv They report it as having been the SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS WEDDING PRESENTS . 23.-Li- ule 1906. most interesting convention they ever attended, and that the feeling of security reported by delegate from over the country wae encouraging. It was claimed at 8i Louis that the delecent gates present represented 40 per12.ovo of the wealth of the earth, or nt'O.iK'O. The discussion of nn emergency currency brought out such a divergence of opinion that tha matter was referred beck to a special committee. which waa instructed to report. A.ngtiunal clearing, house aMuciatiou was organised, which is to affiliate with and be a part of the bankers association. It will promulgate rules and regulations for the general guidance of clearing houses all over the state, particularly in the matter of collections. BUSWELL Well-Know- n low-tent- s i, tree-limb- BiiH-fro- s' s'" S. NO Grocery Co. ons-thlr- two-ihlrd- Fine Fruits CAN CURE YOU and May Have Gens fSJXXhOOO New York, Oct. 23... No newe was received yesterday from the Britlah steamship Arbiatan, which is now several days overdue at San Juan. P. R. Norton A Company, the agenta here, ay they believe the ship la ell right and will soon appear. The Arblstan, besides n miscellaneous cargo, carried $3,000,(100 in gold and 70 men. On her way from Buenoa Ayres for New York she stopped at 8l Lucia for coal. She ailed for San Juan October 12th and should have crossed the Caribbean aee In from fire to seven days. After the Arblstan sailed from St. Lucia a hurricane tore ecrosa tbe Caribbean sea and there is some fear that the ship was caught by it. WHITE We will cure you, is eur guar. terror-strlckea- GROCERIES 1 - i I Mlille5i-l.au-t;o- - ,j Consultation Free. young. We poeitively Cure Mens Diseases, Bleed Disorders, Nervous Troubles, Liver, Kidney and Stomach Diseases. SLAVE TRADE. President Roosevelt Hae a Representative at the Cengraea. Room Paris, Oct. 23. President veil ha cabled t American Ambassador McCormack, designating Vignaud, of the American embassy, to represent the United Buttes at tbe congra for the suppression of the "White Slavs Trade," whlrh opened here y eat hi day. The primary object of tbe congress is to secure the of ihe various effective national committees, especially for the protection of immigrant women at the ports and fclao uniformity in providing for the punishment of trafficker in white slaves. Bee-reta.- -v GENERAL Office Hours 10 g. m. to 7 p. m. Dr& Elliott & Norris fl Year STRIKE EXPECTED.. -- SPIClALISTS-y.. 2361 Washington Ave. the Condemning te Death ef Fourteen Socialiete. Following Warsaw, Ocl. 23. Fourteen member uf the Socialist' fighting organisation, who were arrested October Ruth, have been condemned Ut death by drum bead court martial. It ts expected that the action of tbe court will result in n general strike tomor- THE GOOD THINGS row. The military authorities continue their domiciliary vlalte in the residential district They recently searched the house of Count Korasinsky, the most prominent of tho Polish Na- SWEET POTATOES EGO PLANT tionalist. MORE STORM CELERY DAMAGES. ! - Vegetables Staple and Fancy WE - Dawn. i. PICKETT A-SPECULIS- FROM A SHIP. NEWS Carries Drs. ElliottS Norris IIUBBARD SQUASH Isis of Pinas Was a Scant ofWreck- - PIE PUMPKINS Havana, Oct; 23. Contrary to the statements contained in the report received by the government, it now appears that the Isle of Pines suffered considerable damage from the storm. Many houses at News Gerona and Sente Fe end In the intervening country1 were blown down, much damage wae done to the fruit crops, and the wlreleee station wea wrecked. The garrison of Albert can marines rendered valuable service ' at the height of the storm in saving lives and property at Xenva Gerona, KING EDWARD'S His Automobile URAPES STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES. T. B. EVANS & CO. Both Phones 236 ACCIDENT. HERE YOU ARE Knocks Down a Man. London, OcL 23. King Edward, evidently aware that the proceedings la parliament would be devoid of any important features, left Buckingham Pa, ace la an automobile at noon to pend the rest of the week at tha Newmarket races. As tha King waa leaving town his car knocked down a man, but no serious consequences resulted from the accident. BOYS Roller Skates YOUTHFUL (BAND OP ROBBERS. Roller Skates Leader is Santancsd to Twenty-Si- x Years In Prison. Los Angeles, Oct. 23. Charles Smith, year of age, who came here from Chicago and organised n youthful bund of highwaymen who held up end robbed many people durtwenty-tw- Winslows Celebrated o Come Quick x T. S IlUlUllJUil No. 306 SAVED TEN LIVES Patser-b- y ces From 50c to $5.00 ing the 'month of September until they were captured by the police, wae years today sentenced to twenty-siin the Folaum penitentiary. Harry Magee, eighteen :ears old, a Loi Anof geles youth and an accomplice Smith, was given eighteen year. Others remain yet lo be tried. Pic-quar-L Line-Pri- Street Twenty-Fift- h Saw a House in Flames and Gave tho Alarm. I ren-h-re- i -' plcuro-pneuninnl- s x fr . i . t y 1. j oooooooooooo t - 'g - tei-ms- - . . 1 Xanu.-ti'-onl- I - ll-a- ! t . it ooooooooo -- . Ir.-m- San Diego, Oct. 23. The lives of ten reople were saved at an early hour this morning by n msn who chanced to be passing the boarding and lodging bouse of Mr. A. B. Dexter, on Front street. The houte was on lire from front to rear. All the were asleep and when the occupant man gave the alarm they came hurrying nut through the flames and smoke in their night robes. The flanmi! had made such headway that very little could be saved. PILES CURED IN TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT ia guaranteed to cure any case of Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 day or money refunded. 5tc. GOODS FAIRBANKS IN INDIAN TERRITORY speaking at fourteen different cltlea COSPANY Whoteeele and Retail SPORTING GOODS. ' Jobbsra ef EDI80N PHONO- Tulsa. I. T.. Oct. 23. Vice President Charles W. Fairbanks traveled through Indian Territory today, from the rear platform of bie apodal train. Tomorrow be will make a rufl There we. a big through Arkan-a- s. crow-- i here to greet the vice president tbi morning. SP0X1IKS PxOliDriT ; i ! GRAPHS AND RECORDS, Clark, Horrecka Fishing Taekle, Stall and Dean Athletic Goods Phonographs Bold on Easy . Terms 351 24th St OOOOOOOOOOOOO THANKSGIVING PROCLAMA- TION. O O O Oct. 2.'!. The O President today issued a procla- o; mation. nam.kg Thursday, No- o vember 29th, a a day of o thanksgiving. Oil OOOOOOOOOOOOO PLACE YOIJR ORDERS WITH MITCHELL EROS. Monuments, Copings and Headstones. Don't buy from agents as tbey get large eommieauma and you have to pay them. Bee your homo people flrL Yarn opposite City Cemetery.